THE wonderful Wingmen have wrapped up the Denbigh and District A-League title.

They claimed the title after defeating nearest rivals Masons A.

Looking for a draw to secure the title, they went one better and recorded a 5-3 victory to be crowned the A-League champions and retain the title that the same squad won as the Hope & Anchor last summer.

Nick Hailes' 2-1 victory over Dave Davies topped a great evening for the Wings-based team, with captain Jamie Dowell hitting a maximum to keep The Wingmen's unbeaten run going with one game of the season left.

Elsewhere, Railway A thumped Golden Lion C 8-0 and Wings A defeated Masons B 7-1.

There were some quality arrows from both sides, with the Wings' Deian Roberts and Sion Watsham hitting 17-dart legs in their singles encounters.

Watsham also hit a 16-dart leg in his doubles match partnering Gethin Bodden.

Masons B chucker Jamie Clayton took out a 108 in his tie.

The B-League title will go down to the last game of the season.

Current leaders Kinmel Arm were held 4-4 by White Lion A, while second-placed Wings B picked up a 5-3 win at White Lion B to close the gap to four points.

Railway B smashed the Plough Inn 7-1, with the meeting between Golden Lion B and the Hand Inn finishing in a 4-4 draw.

The mixed doubles competition has been whittled down to the two finalist after the preliminary rounds.

The married partnership of Dave and Claire Davies won through at the Railway section, and they will play the deadly duo of Dilwyn Martin and Sarah Martin on the stage at the October 5 finals night.

The Masons Superleague side picked up their first point of the season.

They travelled to the Halfway House of Carmel and claimed a 4-4 result.

Wins by Jamie Dowell, Dave Davies, Glyn Lloyd and debutant Dafydd Roberts left the side content on their journey home.